It was lovely to have some time off last week and get away to Seattle over the weekend. I was in the mood for art, so I made a point of wandering through a gallery dense area of the city – Pioneer Square – when I arrived on Friday afternoon. It was a very inspiring walk, and I’m hoping to post a few links work I saw when I get the chance later. For further arty inspiration, Hendrik and I visited the Olympic Sculpture Park and the Seattle Art Museum on Saturday afternoon. My favorite works from the park are the very clever Love & Loss, a beautiful stainless steel tree (Split), and the greenhouse containing a nurse log sustaining life as it would in a forest.
The last two images from my manipulate landscape series, created for the Utata summer project. It feels good to stretch my creative wings.
I am very happy because my family sent me the new Harry Potter book for my birthday. Too bad I will have to wait until next week before I can start reading it. I’m sure it must be a crime somewhere to not drop everything and immediately start reading the last Harry Potter book.